(Recasts lead, and adds details throughout; updates share price) By F. Brinley Bruton LONDON, June 27 (Reuters) - British engineering group Tomkins Plc reported a nine percent fall in annual profit on Thursday, in line with market forecasts and said the worst appeared to be over for its major car-making clients. "The outlook is difficult... (but) it looks like we're now at the bottom of the trough," Tomkins' new chief executive, Jim Nicol, said during his first conference call with ...
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